The Oxford Education Deanery is delighted to be hosting Kids’ Conference Oxford 2022 as a live-streamed hybrid conference. This is a unique and exciting opportunity for young people to present their own research to their peers and teachers. All the presentations are given by primary and secondary students, focusing on issues chosen by them, within or across […]
Colleagues in the Department of Education, along with collaborators in Trinity College in Dublin, are currently undertaking a project to understand the myriad of ways that schools across the UK and Ireland are currently supporting teachers to engage with and in research. As teachers who are engaged with/in research in your respective schools, you would be […]
Congratulations to Dr. Jenni Ingram, who has just released her latest book, Patterns in Mathematics Classroom Interaction: A Conversation Analytic Approach, published by Oxford University Press in summer 2021. This book offers invaluable insights into how teachers can promote students’ mathematical understanding by improving conversation quality in day-to-day classrooms.
Oxford Argumentation in Religion and Science Inviting teachers from all subjects to a dissemination event in which the project team will share the findings and implications of interdisciplinary collaboration in 15 schools across England. The project focuses on teachers using argumentation which is a useful conceptual tool to facilitate higher-order learning in classroom. Details about […]
The Oxford Education Deanery is delighted to be partnering with Australian Catholic University (ACU) as it hosts the first Kids’ Conference Oxford on 2nd July 2021. This is a virtual conference, giving young people a showcase for their work as researchers. The Kids’ Conference provides secondary and primary students with the opportunity to present their […]
The England Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) Video Study of Teaching Practices, on which Jenni Ingram in our department has led, has just been published by the DfE. Two of the reports are of relevance specifically to Maths teachers: TALIS Video Study: England Case Studies and TALIS Video Study: professional development report for schools. […]
On 7th July 2020 The Deanery hosted a webinar which focuses on social media in education – based on Dr. James Robson’s research about how teachers use social media and the webs of influence/lines of connection behind much online activity – and considerations about how to use it most productively in relation to research and […]
Project Calibrate is sharing free online resources for practical work in GCSE biology, chemistry and physics. Teachers can give a voice to help improve the assessment of practical work in GCSE sciences. Please go to this survey. At the end of the survey, there is a link to a 45-minute online lesson that you can […]
A Climate Change education workshop was held on 3rd March 2020, bringing together climate scientists, educational researchers and teachers. This project builds on a growing collaboration between the ECI (Environmental Change Institute) at the University of Oxford’s School of Geography and the Environment, and the Oxford Deanery and Department of Education. Our combined experience provides […]
Jason Todd appeared on the ‘Reasons to be cheerful’ live podcast talking about empire and migration in schools. It was the no. 1 episode of 2019 in their new year chart show. You can follow the link here to episode 102 empire state of mind.